About 21 Royal Highland Fusiliers
21 Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Army Cadet Corps (21 RHFC ACC) is open to youth age 12-18. We meet once a week during the school year where you will learn citizenship, leadership, drill, effective speaking, outdoor survival, air rifle shooting, play sports and much more.
Plus, we have additional weekends for bush exercises, competitions, trips and a variety of other fun experiences.
On top of all this, during the summer, cadets have the opportunity to go to a variety of summer camps and expeditions. Courses range from 2 to 7 weeks and include basic training, introductory and advanced courses in leadership and instruction, drill and ceremonial, outdoor adventure, sports and fitness and the Canadian Forces basic parachutist course. There are also international exchanges for select cadets to places like Australia, South Korea and Scotland.
As if this wasn't enough incentive, a number of cadet activities also qualify as community service for school. Can it get any better? Who else gets to have fun AND do their schoolwork at the same time?
The White Hackle
Hello Everyone. Since we live in Canada and it is winter, it is getting colder. As a result we want to ensure everyone has their cold weather kit so they are safe during these winter months. Please wear your Parka (outside and liner), Gloves, and Toque to the armory on Monday Jan 7th. I would … Continued
In support of the regiment, we will be participating in the The 8th Annual RHFC FILL AN ARMY TRUCK Food Drive will be held on Saturday, 15 Dec 2018, between 0900 and 1500 at the Sobey’s in the Westgate Plaza located at 130 Cedar St. Cadets will dress in FTU with cadet parka. Beret or … Continued
Waterloo Regional Police Service Chief Bryan Larkin shares his thoughts on leadership
In an effort to encourage others to learn from their mistakes, I want to share one of my biggest mistakes from the beginning of the year on why clear communication is critical.
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Army Cadets are a not-for-profit organization supported, but not funded, by the Canadian Armed Forces. We depend on the generosity of the community to help make these opportunities available to our youth. Every dollar helps to keep the Cambridge Army Cadets a vibrant, community based, youth organization.